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am here with dana-perino. he is should sharp he is banned in condom factories. i thought it was rick. i will go with rick. rick is better. >> in austria he is considered strudel. it is my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. she is so bright that old people walk toward her during surgery. sitting next to me, ann coulter. her latest book is called mugged, 101 different ways to brew teas. congratulations. and you can be sure his writing will never be exciting. our new york times correspondent, good to see you, pinch. >> it is the scientology tell all called "going clear" but after a threatening meeting with the church's lawyers they can safely say this so-called book is poppycock. it is as evil as therapists and the obvious work of an sp. all hail the emperor from the planet schmar. >> a-block. the lede. that's the first story. >> was manti living a man-lie? the football star at notre dame claim he was duped into being in a long-distance relationship with a woman he never met. her supposed death from leukemia along with the passing of his grandmother was news as the team went defeated. man
. senior congressional correspondent dana bash is here with me. you talked to senator charles schumer. what is he saying today? >> it is very interesting. i was obviously -- that's building that i'm very familiar w i cover that building. i walk -- hi, everybody. >> hello. >> i walk the halls of that building in -- every single day. and to see the transformation as it happened was remarkable. people may not realize that it's the chair and ranking member of what's called the senate rules committee that are really in charge of making this happen and i talked to the chair, senator chuck schumer of new york. here's a little bit of what he told me about how the preparation has gone on. >> you know, it started close to a year ago, we didn't know hot president would be. it is done in a barton way, lamar alexander and i and he is the vice chair and we do things as much as together as you can. you have to build a platform, 1600 people h the most coveted seats in america, any time. the number of seats. >> i can't imagine. >> just huge. >> you just saw the building of that platform. i will give you som
. obviously this game will win out tonight. correspondent dana bash joins us. who is planning to be there and who isn't? which i know is a political statement in a political town. >> what's fascinating is they built this platform, 1,600 seats are available on the platform. it is tradition for the supreme court justices to be there. they will be there for the joint chiefs of staff to be there. they will be there. and for governors, senators and lawmakers as well as, of course, members of the president and vice president's family. for the most part, we do expect lawmakers to be there. one thing that we were sort of looking at is whether house republicans are going to come. deirdre walsh, our house producer, was at the republican retreat last week. and she heard several members saying, you know, it's a long weekend, a holiday weekend. i'm going to go home. they didn't feel compelled to be here necessarily. we'll be watching to see that. this is traditionally a nonpartisan event. i don't even say bipartisan. this is a tribute to the system working. so it is a second inaugural, but
, he'll be on the west front of the capitol for his ceremonial swearing in and inaugural speech. dana bash is on the west front. what a view from up there. >> that's right. it is a remarkable view. if our viewers can see what we're seeing and what the president will see tomorrow, you can effectively see down to where you are down the national mall to about the middle of the mall i should say. a spectacular view. sparsely populated right now but it will look different tomorrow. take you back to where i am right now and i am in front of where the president will give the ceremonial, i guess, the ceremonial oath behind me. this is a platform that they started building three and a half months ago and candy, you know, you are here regularly every four years, 1600 people sit on this platform and it's the hottest ticket in town. it is going to be really a remarkable symbol, i think, and everybody here, democrats and republicans, say symbol of the fact there aren't tanks in the streets, no matter the political differences we see every day in the capitol, this is something seamless considering.
. dana mccullough was on 60 that's the last two weeks talking about the fact that we become historically illiterate, in his opinion and asked him why that was. i wonder what you think about that. can ask that question? >> you know, it's the fault of my wonderful profession. i think in large part. i don't think we teach history as history should be taught. history is a wonderful story about our past that helps to answer questions about our present. and i think the better we teach history and the further we get away from dual, fact driven textbooks, and the more wonderful stories we tell, the more our children and we ourselves will understand how extraordinarily exciting our history is and how important it is to know what. [applause] .. >> been trying to find it dubious study literature. bloggers i read a book on the first 80s and i thought it would be important to presidents from a different angle. why not to be the person that made them the best. for example, what possibly could i as in his door and contribute to the body of knowledge only can our george washington. everything that could
for the traditional inauguration day church service and then up to the capitol where we find dana bash. >> thanks, brianna. i am on the west front of the capitol and this is where you're going to see that iconic image of the inauguration, 24 hours from now. this platform will seat about 1600 people and it is really the hottest it ticket in town. you're going to have members of the president and vice president's family, also going to have members of the joint chiefs of staff, the supreme court, governors, senators, house members, actually hearing that some house republicans are not going to be here, even though this is traditionally a bipartisan -- actually a nonpartisan event. this is also the kind of event that draws celebrity supporters. we had james taylor concert effectively here, practicing to sing "america the beautiful" tomorrow, beyonce will be here as well. i want you to look down the mall to see what everybody here is going to see tomorrow. doesn't look like a lot of people now, but we expect to see 600,000 to 800,000 people filling the national mall where don lemon is right now. >> oh,
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